"PlanetQuake.com — Dallas Party Photos... Note: The photos of John Romero and the ferrari were taken the next day."
Forbes: Is this Your Life or What? — Dennis Fong tells writer Gary Andrew Poole about his life as a champion gamer
"I knew right away he would be coming after me. So I changed my style and waited for him to come. Like I would trap him in a room, and then he’d be forced—because he was down—to be the one that comes around the corner and starts shooting. But I’d be shooting at the corner, so he had nothing to do but take the first shot in the face. That’s how I ended up winning."
1997: Manhattan Memorial Marathon Photos, by David crt Wright — crt’s M3 Pictures
"M3: Manhattan Memorial (day) Marathon. m3 was a quake LAN party in NYC, May 23-May 26, 1997. m3 was free, and was held at Pseudo Online (home of quakecast). although m3 was byoc, many quakers graciously left their computers on, explicitly allowing those without computers to play quake. m3 was sponsored by the cyberweb cafe, pseudo online, and planetquake."
Redwood’s Photos of QuakeCon ’96 and ’97
Well, #quakecon seemed to be a success. Several people were impressed with the turnout including the id boys. I will have #quakecon pics in a few days and I'll have room to post them since I now have more web page space. Like a little good web page maintainer I took a fair amount of notes. I attended Thursday night, Friday night, and Saturday afternoon.
MSN Gaming Zone: Behind-the-Scenes with Thresh, Gamer Extraordinaire
Behind-the-Scenes with Thresh, Gamer Extraordinaire: This is definitely one person you'd like to have as a friend than a foe. Dennis Fong, a.k.a Thresh, is a true gamer. He's best known for his 1997 Red Annihilation Tournament victory where he drove away in a red Ferrari, the grand prize. Come meet this amazing gamer and champion.